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EPF - Process Framework - Interested in participating [message #70321] Wed, 30 November 2005 00:06 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: yoonix.alltel.net

I would like to express an interest in participating in the EPF project(s)
as well. I am a senior software architect and have several years in
building and leading various sized (mostly 20+) software development teams
through the trials and tribulations of projects. I specialize in rapid,
iterative development methods with the practicality of being able to teach
the techniques required for the creation of the deliverables (Use Case,
Requirements Definitions, Project Plans, Object Models, Code, Test Plans,
Change Management, Defect Management and Implementation plans.) and delivery
within fast-paced rapid development environments to all levels of Project
Management to new developers.

My most current projects (within 36 months) have included a multi-terabyte
DataWarehouse project with a distributed (national) Java Rich Client base
for on-demand Data Mart generation and statistical modeling and a RCP-based
Front Office (Sales) support application - again with a nationally
distributed client-base. Both of these were "green-field" projects and had
less than a year planned to implementation so rapid, parallel, iterative
development was a necessity.

I would like to contribute as a practitioner of the processes (from the
theory to the practical implementations) as well as an Eclipse / Java
developer.

Sincerely,
terry dietz (aka: yoonix)
Re: EPF - Process Framework - Interested in participating [message #71020 is a reply to message #70321] Fri, 03 February 2006 12:49 Go to previous message
Per Kroll is currently offline Per Kroll
Messages: 60
Registered: July 2009
Member
Terry,

it is great that you are interested, and welcome to the team. We have had
little of a slow start, but the project is starting to move forward. We
should have the IBM donation posted any day now (we will post a message when
that happens). Some things I recommend you to do:

1) Check out http://www.eclipse.org/epf/ for what has happened so far, a
couple of meetings, etc.

2) Sign up to the mailing list,
http://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/epf-dev. It may take a few days
before everybody has converted from various homegrown distriubution list to
this one, which is the official means of communication moving forward.

3) Committer / working meetings:
We plan to have a European meeting in Bilbao, Spain in first half of March.
Pls let me know if you are interested (where are you located?)
We plan to have a committer meeting in California in Conjunction with
EclipseCon 2006 week of March 20.
Details for these meetings will be posted as we finalize them.

4) The most important for us is to have people sign up to work on specific
things, such as "I would love to add some guidelines on these 3 topics to
BUP" or similar. The more specific the better. You may want to look through
the demos we have to understand what is there, and get a feel for what
excites you to work on.

Cheers

/Per

"Terry Dietz" <yoonix@alltel.net> wrote in message
news:dmjbvo$632$1@news.eclipse.org...
>I would like to express an interest in participating in the EPF project(s)
>as well. I am a senior software architect and have several years in
>building and leading various sized (mostly 20+) software development teams
>through the trials and tribulations of projects. I specialize in rapid,
>iterative development methods with the practicality of being able to teach
>the techniques required for the creation of the deliverables (Use Case,
>Requirements Definitions, Project Plans, Object Models, Code, Test Plans,
>Change Management, Defect Management and Implementation plans.) and
>delivery within fast-paced rapid development environments to all levels of
>Project Management to new developers.
>
> My most current projects (within 36 months) have included a multi-terabyte
> DataWarehouse project with a distributed (national) Java Rich Client base
> for on-demand Data Mart generation and statistical modeling and a
> RCP-based Front Office (Sales) support application - again with a
> nationally distributed client-base. Both of these were "green-field"
> projects and had less than a year planned to implementation so rapid,
> parallel, iterative development was a necessity.
>
> I would like to contribute as a practitioner of the processes (from the
> theory to the practical implementations) as well as an Eclipse / Java
> developer.
>
> Sincerely,
> terry dietz (aka: yoonix)
>
>
>
Re: EPF - Process Framework - Interested in participating [message #599993 is a reply to message #70321] Fri, 03 February 2006 12:49 Go to previous message
Per Kroll is currently offline Per Kroll
Messages: 60
Registered: July 2009
Member
Terry,

it is great that you are interested, and welcome to the team. We have had
little of a slow start, but the project is starting to move forward. We
should have the IBM donation posted any day now (we will post a message when
that happens). Some things I recommend you to do:

1) Check out http://www.eclipse.org/epf/ for what has happened so far, a
couple of meetings, etc.

2) Sign up to the mailing list,
http://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/epf-dev It may take a few days
before everybody has converted from various homegrown distriubution list to
this one, which is the official means of communication moving forward.

3) Committer / working meetings:
We plan to have a European meeting in Bilbao, Spain in first half of March.
Pls let me know if you are interested (where are you located?)
We plan to have a committer meeting in California in Conjunction with
EclipseCon 2006 week of March 20.
Details for these meetings will be posted as we finalize them.

4) The most important for us is to have people sign up to work on specific
things, such as "I would love to add some guidelines on these 3 topics to
BUP" or similar. The more specific the better. You may want to look through
the demos we have to understand what is there, and get a feel for what
excites you to work on.

Cheers

/Per

"Terry Dietz" <yoonix@alltel.net> wrote in message
news:dmjbvo$632$1@news.eclipse.org...
>I would like to express an interest in participating in the EPF project(s)
>as well. I am a senior software architect and have several years in
>building and leading various sized (mostly 20+) software development teams
>through the trials and tribulations of projects. I specialize in rapid,
>iterative development methods with the practicality of being able to teach
>the techniques required for the creation of the deliverables (Use Case,
>Requirements Definitions, Project Plans, Object Models, Code, Test Plans,
>Change Management, Defect Management and Implementation plans.) and
>delivery within fast-paced rapid development environments to all levels of
>Project Management to new developers.
>
> My most current projects (within 36 months) have included a multi-terabyte
> DataWarehouse project with a distributed (national) Java Rich Client base
> for on-demand Data Mart generation and statistical modeling and a
> RCP-based Front Office (Sales) support application - again with a
> nationally distributed client-base. Both of these were "green-field"
> projects and had less than a year planned to implementation so rapid,
> parallel, iterative development was a necessity.
>
> I would like to contribute as a practitioner of the processes (from the
> theory to the practical implementations) as well as an Eclipse / Java
> developer.
>
> Sincerely,
> terry dietz (aka: yoonix)
>
>
>
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